Skate by Posh

Graffiti // Sunday, January 13, 2013
If you grew up in Los Angeles you are likely familiar with the work of Skate One R.I.P. 1969-1993. He was a legendary and influential writer from the CBS crew. This was a very memorable dedication piece painted by Posh in the 90’s on Melrose.

New walls from Outsider

Graffiti // Saturday, January 12, 2013
A selection of recent walls from Paris-based artist, Outside. We really enjoy the train concept piece.

Horfe Animated Gif

Graffiti // Friday, January 11, 2013
This animated gif works all too well with Horfe’s illustration work. Excellent!


Graffiti // Friday, January 11, 2013
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Skil.

Spray God Chad Muska

Graffiti // Friday, January 11, 2013
In 2011, skateboarder Chad Muska made news (TMZ) when he was caught for tagging and saying some offensive remarks during his arrest. We were sharing this video with a friend who had not seen this gem and in our search the Internet blessed us with this little piece of awesome. How did we ever miss this?

New things from Sawe

Graffiti // Friday, January 11, 2013
Sawe’s crazed professor characters are exceptionally wonderful, as well as this new piece.

City Bomb Squad by Sk8

Graffiti // Friday, January 11, 2013
A classic photo of Skate One (RIP) posing next to his CBS letters in the Motor Yard in Los Angeles. Guessing early 90’s here.

Shank and Mr. Peanut

Graffiti // Thursday, January 10, 2013
Shank’s version of Mr. Peanut makes him out to be a serious creep. Superb color choice on this one.

"The Seventh Letter" by Rime

Graffiti // Thursday, January 10, 2013
Rime’s “graffiti advertisement” is seen here on a box truck at the base of this ski resort in Colorado. The snowman got the bum deal here getting pelted with a snowball.

Posh's machinery

Graffiti // Thursday, January 10, 2013
In the 90’s, Los Angeles graffiti writer, Posh would paint all these strange machines with futuristic warriors operating them. They looked like the following.


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